How to reduce debt (and stress) with ease

How to reduce debt (and stress) with ease

With everything that is going on today, the last thing we need to worry about is more debt and stress. We all have our reasons for going in to debt, many of them are to benefit your family or future.

Although with debt comes stress, and we find ourself in disarray. Shouting at the car who cut you off, getting angry at your significant other over a minuet disagreement, even losing your patience with your children.

The world may revolve around your finances and at times feel like you are working to live, instead of living to work. Making a monthly budget chart or using an app to help keep you on track with your finances may give you a bit of relief.

Social media has shown us first hand that we are in charge of our future and financial freedom. Working from home is pretty much the norm and there are more and more ways to make a living on your own time. With that comes accountability to be your own boss and do the work.

We could all use a few tips on how to stay zen in times of pressure. Taking time for yourself is a key part of being able to handle your emotions and clear your head of clutter, especially negative. has few ways to deal with your financial stress without letting it interfere in your relationship with your child. Learn more

“As the parent to your children, your physical and mental health is important – not just for yourself, but for your kids.” –

Just like in an emergency situation while flying, you must put on your oxygen mask first before you can help another. Make sure you to set time aside for you! Creating a healthy routine for your mental, physical and spiritual health will make all the difference when handling life’s obstacles.

Get active, grab coffee with a friend, go for a walk in nature.. breathe that fresh air.

There are many simple yoga poses you can do to alleviate stress and anxiety, anyone can do them.

Here are a six poses you can do in the comfort of your home for immediate stress relief:

seated forward bend

Seated Forward Bend

– Helps to improve respiratory functions and the functioning of the intra-abdominal glands. Soothes headaches, anxiety and reduces fatigue.

seated side body stretch

Seated Side -Body Stretch

– Helps to stretch and strengthen the intercostals, abdominal and intervertebral muscles. Flushes internal organs with fresh nutrients, blood and oxygen. This pose also helps to relax the mind and relieve stress and anxiety.

child's pose

Child’s Pose

– Releases tension in the chest, back, and shoulders. This pose is highly recommended, especially if you have a bit of dizziness or fatigue during the day or during your workout.

downward dog

Downward Dog

– Calms the brain, helps to relieve stress and mild depression, while energizing the body. This pose also relieves menstrual discomfort when done with head supported.

modified bridge pose

Modified Bridge Pose

– Opens the chest, heart, and shoulders. This pose also stimulates the abdominal organs and thyroid glands, which improves digestion and helps to regulate metabolism.

Fish Pose

– The traditional text for this pose is called Matsyasana, meaning the “Destroyer of all Diseases.” This pose stretches and stimulates the muscles of the belly and front of the neck. It can relieve respiratory ailments and menstrual cramps.

Make sure to keep your body hydrated, dehydration is one of the top underlying reasons of headaches, fatigue, and cravings. This will also help flush toxins out of your body and keep a clearer head.

We are given one home and it is the body we live in, make sure you are listening to your body and fueling it with the proper nutrients and love it needs to allow you a long and happy life.